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You can often see a machine embroidery defect where an outline pulls in the stitches of the bottom layer and the fabric becomes visible. Or there is a gap between the objects where the stitches run in the same direction. Or a gap between the design and the outline made with running stitches. Avoiding these may seem a hard task. But in reality, it is not so. Means have been invented long ago, beginning with choosing the right kind of stabilizer and hooping method, and concluding with foreseeing the possible damage at the digitizing stage and taking measures to avoid it.
Hi, I bought the Boston Bruins logo embroidery design from you, well I have tried several pieces of fabric but I keep getting it distorted, the fabric that I do my embroidery is Kona medium weight solid colours, can you please help me with this? Exactly what kind of stabilizer do you use and how many layers, My machine is a Brother quarto 6000d, thank you in advance for all your help.,